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it will be another month before a federal court decides whether the faa can furlough air traffic controllers because of a sequester, they say. causing flight delays around the country the d.c. circuit court of appeals say because they're such an efficient organization they have set a deadline of may 22nd and the main airline industry group to file documents before denying the request of the emergency stay trying to stop the furlough. they did not think that would be inconvenienced to thousands of workers but both parties are urging the administration to postpone or cancel the furloughs claiming cfa a is a tool with which the administration plays politics. the energy department announces its version of taxpayers using $21 million from troubled car maker fisker automotive. the company on the verge of bankruptcy now with $171 million. they spent $660,000, and many of those yours and mine with every $103,000 car it sold. up next to the boston and bombing suspect read miranda rights. what happened to enemy combat and? he has been assigned three public defenders to ask if we're fighting a war or is this a
is the faa is overall budget is higher than a year ago. >> that's right. >> neil: so there's been no huge personnel overall hit and a huge agency you can cut a lot of. >> in our editorial today, we pointed out they just expended $500 million for a program of sustainable cities. don't know what that money is being used for but i bet the american people are saying, don't cut the air traffic controllers, cut that program. there's a lot of flexibility the administration can be use. i think it's a political ploy, and you asked the question, who is going to win? i don't think the american people are going to be too happy with the president because he is furloughing. >> neil: such a pleasurable experience going to the airport. steve moore, thank you very much. one senator is offering the president a way around the furloughs. >> name one suspected terrorist, three public defenders, lots of angry taxpayers. @ >> neil: might not be an enemy combatant about dzhokar tsarnaev will be armed to the teeth. not one, not two, but three public defenders defending them, and the criticism of the presiden
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